Force Motion Review

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A Powerpoint about the relationship between the Fore and Motion. Find it here:
http://www.salem.k12.va.us/staff/jcox/powerpoints/science.htm

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Force Motion Review

  1. 1. FORCE AND MOTION
  2. 2. You can tell that an object has moved when its __________ has changed. position
  3. 3. frame of reference The object used for comparing another object to describe its position is called a…
  4. 4. The distance an object moves in a certain amount of time is called _________. speed
  5. 5. A ______ graph can be used to show the change in an object’s speed over time. line
  6. 6. What makes objects change speed or direction? FORCES
  7. 7. What unit is used to measure forces? NEWTONS YUM!! Not that kind!!
  8. 8. What is a force between surfaces that slows or stops objects? FRICTION
  9. 9. Friction creates ______. heat
  10. 10. When an object is in motion it tends to stay ... in motion.
  11. 11. When an object is still it tends to remain ... still.
  12. 12. This is called… INERTIA
  13. 13. The use of a force to move an object is ________. work
  14. 14. The ability to do work is called _________. energy
  15. 15. The energy of motion is __________ energy. kinetic
  16. 16. The energy of position is _____________ energy. potential
  17. 17. Name the frame of reference in each of the following statements.
  18. 18. The dog is beside the house. house
  19. 19. The duck is swimming in the pond. pond
  20. 20. Name the type of energy in each of the following statements.
  21. 21. The ball is rolling down the hill. KINETIC
  22. 22. The roller coaster is sitting at the top of the track. POTENTIAL
  23. 23. The pencil fell off the edge of the desk. KINETIC
  24. 24. The skier is at the top of the ski jump. POTENTIAL

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